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Notes

1. Surely, there are particularly German connotations to tourism, living abroad, emigration and exile that would be taken into consideration in a different sort of deliberation on this topic. These include notable accounts of Germans living abroad from Goethe’s Reise nach Italien (Italian Journey) and Böll’s Irisches Tagebuch (Irish Diary) to popular contemporary literature like Maria, ihm schmeckt’s nicht! (Maria, He Doesn’t Like It!). Exile literature, particularly surrounding the German-Jewish diasporas is in no short supply. This would also entail examining today’s university and business climate in which Auslandserfahrung (the experience of studying, working or simply living temporarily abroad) is a necessity for job applicants and promotions. It might also take account of the infamous German passion for tourism en masse, especially in the Mediterranean countries.

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